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Rebecca Black appears in a still from her music video, Saturday. - Provided courtesy of YouTube.com/Rebecca

Rebecca Black releases 'Saturday' video, sequel to 'Friday' - watch

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12/09/2013 by Kristina Lopez

Rebecca Black is back with a sequel to her viral hit "Friday."

Back in 2011, when she was just 13 years old, Black worked with the producers at Ark Music Factory to release "Friday." The song became a viral hit on YouTube and it led to Black appearing on "The Tonight Show."

The song was covered by cast members of "Glee" and by Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and former "American Idol" winner Taylor Hicks on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."

The singer, who is now 16 years old, released a new single and sequel to "Friday" called "Saturday" on Dec. 7. The video, which can be seen here (Warning: Video contains sexually implicit imagery), has many references to the lyrics of "Friday."

In the beginning, a few guys can be seen writing "fun, fun, fun, fun" on a passed out partygoer, Black picks up a bowl that says "gotta have my bowl" written on the front and later in the video, Black can be seen writing "so excited" in the sand.

The video ends with a reference to the rap featured in "Friday" originally done by Patrice Wilson, the co-writer of "Friday."

YouTube artist Dave Days is featured on the song and there's also a Miley Cyrus look-a-like in the clip. The video has over 9.5 million views at the time of this writing.

Which song do you like better, "Friday" or "Saturday"? Vote in our poll below.

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